National Action regional commander Alexander Deakin was arrested while cowering in an airing cupboard after bragging that “incompetent” counter-terrorism officers would never catch up with him.
Greater numbers of foreign nationals are expected to be made eligible to join the armed forces as ministers try to improve recruitment.
One hundred years after the end of the First World War, here is a look at the key figures:
Dog handler Private Beth Johnson said that being a woman made no difference to her job.
Women will be able to join the SAS for the first time under measures announced by Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson.
All roles in the military are now open to women, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced.
Former army troops axed for illegal drug offences are being paid up to £10,000 to return to service in “specialised roles”, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has confirmed.
Rules that allow soldiers who have been kicked out of the Army for taking illegal drugs to apply to rejoin after only two years are a “step too far”, a prominent veteran has said.
As recruitment for new soldiers begins in the north-east, Lance Corporal McWalters, tells why serving with the British Army helped to turn his life around.
The Prince of Wales has presented campaign medals to soldiers who have recently returned from Iraq during a visit to Fort George.
The Duke of Rothesay is to present campaign medals to soldiers who have recently returned from Iraq during a visit to Fort George.
A Coldstream Guardsman who was the first to wear a turban during Trooping the Colour is reportedly among a number of soldiers under investigation for alleged drugs misuse.
Thousands turned out at Titanic Slipways to watch the first public presentation of military colours to the Royal Irish Regiment to take place in Northern Ireland.
An Irish Wolfhound emerged as one of the stars of the show during the first military presentation of colours to take place in Belfast in living memory.
Thousands have turned out at Titanic Slipways to watch the first public presentation of military colours in Northern Ireland to the Royal Irish Regiment.
Up to 20 new council homes will be offered to those leaving the armed forces or to the spouses and dependents of those who have died while serving.
A veteran has called for better support for soldiers leaving the Army.
Military police are investigating claims two officer cadets “waterboarded” a fellow recruit at Sandhurst academy.
A photograph of a mystery soldier could help fill in the blanks of a family tree.
An Aberdeen councillor, who served in the RAF, has welcomed the news of £600,000 funding for veterans and ex-service charities.
An army regiment are set to march down Union Street this week to mark their return from tours in Iraq and Ukraine.
Britain is thought unlikely to increase troop numbers in Afghanistan in the wake of President Donald Trump’s announcement that he is to scale up US military presence in the country.